#####Install Openstack for LabInstall Openstack for Laborator using Ansibleorator using Ansible
Recently I am studying with ansible and I am working with Openstack. When a new version of Openstack was released, I often install it manual. So I decided to learn ansible to deploy it at automation.
I have writen a
ansible-playbook to perform that. I have minimized complex of the playbook.
The scenario is self service network with openvswitch. I deploy that with one controller node and more compute nodes.
You can click here to know the traffic flow of package
The architecture..Source: Openstack Network Guide
####How to play?
You have to install all requirements.
Vagrant Ansible (184.108.40.206 version) Git
Note: The ansible 220.127.116.11 have an error with openvswitch modules
Let’s clone my repo at github and switch branch
https://github.com/greatbn/openstack-ansible-install.git cd openstack-ansible-install git checkout virtualbox/mitaka
Use your favorite editor to edit
- Edit your bridge card
You have to change bridge card associate with bridge card abovename in your computer. In here I use
wlp3s0 which you have to change.
- Edit IP and gateway for controller node
group_vars/all and change
external_address_controller is your controller IP (corresponding with bridge card above). At rest is
subnet mask and
external_address_controller: 192.168.21.111 external_netmask_controller: 255.255.255.0 external_gateway_controller: 192.168.21.1
Let’s save these files. Open terminal, go to the repo and use vagrant to create your infrastructure.
After some minutes you can check status your infrastructure
Then copy your public key to these servers. If you don’t have it, you can generate by
Finally, Use ansible-playbook to deploy
ansible-playbook -i hosts -s site.yml
Have a coffee during install process.
Wait for install process finish and go to dashboard to create an network and boot an instance
admin/saphi Horizon Address is external address which you setted above.
My address is:
if you want to scale more compute nodes, You can edit
hosts file. And rerun playbook.